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My Non-Traditional Face Closes Doors in Election

A response to those Portlanders and entities that continue to question why I am running for the office of Mayor ...

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Activist Acquitted

Teressa Raiford was unanimously acquitted Thursday on a charge related to protesting the death of Micheal Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

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Changing Neighborhood Dynamics

The NW Film Center presents displacement in a historical fashion by screening Los Sures, a documentary about a drastically change ...

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Race Relations Post War

See the re-released screening of Strange Victory at the NW Film Center's Whitsell Auditorium.

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#BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation

Activist and Princeton University professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor is visiting Portland to speak on racial politics.

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After houses shot up, elderly couple pleads for peace

A string of shootings has pushed an elderly black couple to plead for an end to gun violence while local ...

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Prosecutor’s Post Called Racist

The Oregon Commission on Black Affairs has submitted a complaint to the Oregon State Bar against Washington County Deputy District ...

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NAACP stands up against cop fundraiser

In what sounded like an April Fool’s joke but was in actuality a hosted event

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Vigil for Man Killed Crossing Cully

Hugs, tears and fond memories were shared for a long time member of the black community

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Oregon honors man who defied curfew on Japanese

His Act of civil disobedience made him a true hero

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Calls for Violence are No Joke

True to form, Trump blamed everybody but himself for this debacle.

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Gang Team Investigates

18-year-old male shoots another young man near sidewalk

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1982 Cold Case Solved

Family thankful murder case is solved

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Fighting racism in Multnomah County’s justice system

Problems demand solutions

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Oregon Removes Confederate Emblem

Oregon Legislative leaders first wanted to give the state of Mississippi a chance to change the flag on its own